Results, 盛り込む

もりこむmorikomu Inflection

godan ~む verb / transitive:

  • to incorporate; to include
  • to fill (a vessel) with

あまりにもamarinimo短時間tanjikanniあまりにもamarinimoたくさんtakusannoことkotowo盛り込むmorikomutoよいyoi戦術senjutsuha生れないumarenai If there are too many irons in the fire in too short a time, good strategy cannot result.

Kanji definition:

セイSEIジョウJOUmo.ruさかsaka.ruさかsaka.n

boom; prosper; copulate

Strokes:
11
Radical:
皿 dish
SKIP:
2-6-5
UTF:
76db
JIS208:
32-25
Nanori:
もりmori
Hangul:
성 [seong]
Pinyin:
shèng / chéng
Stroke order:
Example words:
盛り込むもりこむmorikomu
to incorporate; to include; / to fill (a vessel) with
盛んさかんsakan
popular; / prosperous; / enthusiastic; / energetic; vigorous
盛りさかりsakari
peak (e.g. of cherry blossom season); height (e.g. of summer); / prime (of one's life); one's best days; / rutting; being in heat
全盛ぜんせいzensei
height of prosperity
盛り上がるもりあがるmoriagaru
to swell; to rise; to bulge; to be piled up; / to rouse; to get excited

~こ ko.muko.muko.mi~こ ko.miめるko.meru

crowded; mixture; in bulk; included; (kokuji)

Strokes:
5 or 4
Radical:
⻌辵辶 walk
SKIP:
3-2-2
UTF:
8fbc
JIS208:
25-94
Nanori:
こみkomiごめgome
Hangul:
입 [ib]
Stroke order:
Example words:
見込みみこみmikomi
hope; promise; possibility; chance; probability; likelihood; / expectation; anticipation; forecast; estimate; / side of a structural member
申し込みもうしこみmoushikomi
application; entry; request; subscription; offer; proposal; overture; challenge
追い込むおいこむoikomu
to herd; to corner; to drive
盛り込むもりこむmorikomu
to incorporate; to include; / to fill (a vessel) with
巻き込むまきこむmakikomu
to roll up; to enfold; to swallow up; / to involve; to drag into

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